Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Sustainability in construction

CT Radiators were the winners of the second annual award for sustainability in construction. CT. Radiators have developed the Interlinking Lattice Fin Technology (Patent Pending No. 0802155.2) offering unprecedented efficiency and design flexibility for radiators.

From a number of years studying radiator design it was realised that fins were the best way to increase surface area of a heated element, so as to make an efficient use of the heat generated by the boiler/electrical element and therefore, increasing the heat output (BTU/WATT) and Convection rates.

The radiators can be placed on the horizontal or the vertical plane (or both) without compromising efficiency. Capable of producing 15% more heat than its equivalent rival and has no rival in the vertical position. The unique flexibility of the interlocking lattice technology allow us to design radiators according to the heat requirements parallel with flexibility of form, this is bespoke radiator design at its best combining visuals with efficiency. The shape of the fins can be changed from square to elliptical or circular and more. The technology offers an efficient sculptural flexible radiator. CT’s technology gives you the flexibility to run radiators around rooms, in and around corners and up walls, ideal for confined spaces such as entrance halls, bathrooms and anywhere where space is at a premium.

The technology has a spinal flexible quality which allows curves to be formed as well as the unique ability to fit the fins to a more organic element shapes. The Interlinking Lattice Technology offers architects, Interior designers and private customers the unprecedented ability to design finned radiator with specific heat requirements tailor made for the environment. The architectural design process is profoundly influenced by this radiator technology. The results are based on tests carried out in accordance with EN 442 at BSRIA test facilities.


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